DIY Chalkboard Mason Jars for Condiments

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I love summer bbqs. There’s just something about them that makes me excited! I can’t wait until we live in a house with a large back patio so that we can have bbqs all summer long. Until then, we’ve just got our small patio but that’s okay.

I brought the sun in with our DIY placemats and I added one of our mason jar vases with some pretty flowers to the table but there’s one thing you may have noticed I didn’t give you the tutorial for last week, because I planned on giving them this week.

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These DIY Chalkboard Mason Jars for Condiments! They are super easy and fun to make and I hope you love yours as much as we love ours!

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Obviously, you’ll need to gather your supplies:

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Supplies:

  • Mason Jars
  • Mason Jar Pump Lids (I bought mine on ebay)
  • Primer
  • Chalkboard Paint
  • Painter’s Tape
  • Ruler
  • Chalk
  • And of course, your favorite condiments! (I recommend Ketchup, Mayo and French’s Mustard!)

The first step is to tape off your jars. I decided to just tape off the bottom and paint the whole bottom of the jars.

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Then it’s time to line them up and paint them with the primer.

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After that, you’ll need to wait about 15 minutes for it to dry. But then it’s time for the chalkboard paint!

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Do one entire coat and then wait about 15-20 minutes for it to dry again.

Then do your second coat.

I swear I’d do more paint projects if I didn’t have to wait so much in between the steps.

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After that, just put your pump lids on the jars.

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You will need to prime your jars before you can write on them. You do this by shading the entire area of chalkboard paint with chalk, waiting a few minutes and wiping it off. If you don’t do this step, the stuff you write will be there forever and that’s no bueno.

AND you’re done! Just fill the jars up with your condiments!

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Be sure to check out French’s Pinterest Page for more awesome craft ideas and recipes!

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Paige Nicole

Paige Nicole

Registered Nurse/Blog Author and Editor at A Dose of Paige

Paige is a woman in her twenties born and raised in Tennessee. She works full time as a cardiac nurse in a busy hospital in the city. She’s married to a veteran named Cody and a dog mom to a german taco (aka a Chiweenie) named Exo. In her spare time, she loves to read, write, shop, craft and chat with friends.

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Comments

  1. Crystal says

    Love the condiment mason jars!! They are so cute!! Love that it has a pump which makes it easy to use and no messy tops. Awesome idea!! Pinned :)

  2. says

    I love this idea! I do a little concession stand in the fall and always hat how long it takes to condiments. This will speed things up and looks beautiful to boot! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. says

    I love it! This is so cute and looks like it could be so mess-free! I love finding new ways to use jars. Pinning to my jar board – thanks for sharing!

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